A new app for Google's wearable computing gadget, Glass, reportedly tells how others are feeling.
Emotinent has developed the 'Sentiment Analysis' prototype app, which aims to tell Google Glass wearers what other people are feeling based on their facial expressions.
The company's CEO Ken Denman said that it was a breakthrough technology that allows companies to aggregate customer sentiment by processing facial expressions anonymously, which would be particularly applicable in retail, Cnet reports.
The app uses software that processes the finest elements of people's faces and deduces what they're really saying.
The hi-tech wearable computing gadget is currently owned by a handful of Glass Explorers and is soon to have a public debut this year at a price estimated at $1500.